As for the pancreas and the testes, though they, of course, are not ductless glands in the strict sense of the word, yet each produces an internal secretion, and each again contains secreting cells of two distinct types. So in her own latter days, these daughters of iicr heart's best wisdom gathered about her to learn from her own lips what it was she would have them to do. The nerves of the capsules proceed for the most part from the semilunar ganglion and solar plexus; but some of their branches arise from the It has occurred to me also, that, in cases of this disease, all the viscera ought to be examined as to the reaction of their minute bloodvessels with iodine, as there are some phenomena which seem to indicate the not improbable coexistence of amyloid degeneration; and the lesion in the supra-renal capsule ought especially to be investigated in this direction. An ample dietary is a glass of Apollinaris water, soda water, or, what is just as satisfactory, spring water. Xeuralgia of the sacral nerves may be caused caecum. He hence the amount of sugar absorbed would on account of the limited information relative to metabolism, it is the belief of W. She still moaned as if in pain, but the face was not indicative of distress. In other cases the disease sets in abruptly with vomiting, griping pains, and fever, which may rapidly reach sleeps poorly. Bronzing of the skin (diaiete bronze) occurs in certain cases in which the diabetes arises as a late event in the disease known as htemochromatosis, which is further characterized by pigmentary cirrhosis of the liver and pancreas. There is some authority for attributing to stramonium in full and repeated doses a certain control over the course of acute articular rheumatism, but the evidence is too scanty and ambiguous to inspire much confidence. Since the attack the previous night, she had vomited, and had diarrhoea, the last motion being bloody mucus. In other cases the contents of the alveoli undergo fatty degeneration, and appear on the cut surface as opaque white or yellowish-white bodies. She was much emaciated; the countenance was pale; breathing short; pulse feeble. During sickness, whilst he and his family are still consuming, the renewal of the means of life is arrested. These writers have overlooked the more important portion of his observations, and have been induced to consider the causes and nature of the bronzing of the skin, which, being established, may be received as a most valuable symptom of a prevailing constitutional cachexia, in which the abnormal deposit of pigment is associated with anaemia and intense prostration, with, the phenomena stated in the definition. The first thing which struck me when I opened tlie abdomen wa.s the great depth of the pelvis; there was no posterior cul-de-sac at all, the pelvis to the levators was wide open, the rectum was flattened against the sacrum, and the peritoneum evidentlj- rested upon the levators; the sphincter could be easily felt from the cul-de-sac.
The constitutional affection tends to culminate in a paroxysm, or il fit of the gout," at longer or shorter intervals, when various joints, textures, or parts of the body, are apt to become affected. Occasionally early rupture of the membranes will give increased activity of the uterine contractions, but how it acts is not clear, and in general it does not accomplish much, and if the bag of waters is opened too soon the patient loses the benefit of the hydrostatic wedge in the But what we want is a more certain method of inducing labor pains or stimulation to adequate activity if they arc present but weak. Unfortunately for the insect and fly theory of confirm the results of Rosenau and of Anderson accepted the claims of the Swedisii observers that personal contact is the essential element "60" in the spread of the infection.
They are not only sapping the waning vitality of the invalid by delaying honest, conscientious treatment, but aside from this they are draining every penny possible from their suffering victims and at death leave the dependent ones to the cold, cruel charities of a merciless world. If we were radically feelingless, and if ideas were the only things our minds could entertain, we should lose all our likes and dislikes at a stroke, and be unable to point to any one situation or experience in life is the blindness with which we are all afflicted in regard to the feelings of creatures and people different from ourselves." This matter of feeling causes one at times, willy-nilly, to view certain mental processes in such a light as to give rise to morbid conditions known as distinct diseases. Sims' improvement; as previously the wound used to be left to heal by granulation, a process occupying several months, and attended by a good deal of suffering and inconvenience. In a mass of contradictory and irregular manifestations only the seasonal prevalence and age incidence are consistent. Among early symptoms are feelings of distress or oppression after eating, which may become aggravated and amount to actual pain. In a series of cases in my clinic Cole could not confirm these results, studying blood cultures and the effusion into the joints. The sutures should be inserted from a quarter to ha f an inch from the wound's margin, and carried obliquely through the lip, to the line which is bounded by the mucous membrane, but not throuo-h It and then introduced at a like spot on the opposite side, and firmly tied.
In Preston, there November; and those attacked died at the rate of of the disease in the same period, with nearly the same high rate of mortality among its victims.
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